Visiting TAU Law
TAU Law is proud to be a local leader in international collaborations with partner institutes and international scholars. Every year, the law school hosts a selected group of visiting scholars who are engaged in a wide range of activities within the Faculty. Among these are masters, doctoral and postdoctoral students, as well as visiting professors from all around the world. Visitors' durations usually span anywhere from two weeks to a year.
Active participants within the law school's academic community, our visitors regularly present in conferences, colloquia, seminars, and lectures; teach classes, and participate in research projects in collaboration with TAU Law professors, scholars and students. During their time in residence, visitors enjoy the opportunity to establish meaningful scholarly relationships and deepen their research experience as members of one of the leading law schools outside the US.
The Faculty's Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies offers teaching opportunities for visiting professors, as well as various funding options for both local and international graduate and Post-Doc students engaged in full-time research projects.
For more information, please contact:
Visiting Researchers and Scholars Coordinator